Video: Prospects for Pluralism Post-Arab Spring: Does Tunisia Suggest a Way Forward? — – Global Centre for Pluralism, Canada

Pluralism Forums - Global Centre for Pluralism

Pluralism Forums – Global Centre for Pluralism

Published on 23 Oct 2015

October 22, 2015, “Prospects for Pluralism Post-Arab Spring: Does Tunisia Suggest a Way Forward?”
The Global Centre for Pluralism’s Forum featured former Prime Minister of Tunisia, His Excellency Mehdi Jomaa and Vice-President for Studies at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and former Foreign Minister of Jordan, Dr. Marwan Muasher in conversation with Dr. Bessma Momani, Senior Fellow of the Centre for International Governance Innovation.

22 octobre 2015, “Les perspectives du pluralisme après le printemps arabe : la Tunisie propose-t-elle une voie à suivre?”
Le Forum du Centre mondial du pluralisme, a présenté l’ancien premier ministre de la Tunisie, Son Excellence Mehdi Jomaa, et le vice-président des études à la Fondation Carnegie pour la paix internationale et ancien ministre des Affaires étrangères de la Jordanie, M. Marwan Muasher, en conversation avec Mme Bessma Momani, agrégée supérieure au Centre pour l’innovation dans la gouvernance internationale.

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Panellists:

Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa

Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa

Former Prime Minister of Tunisia 

Dr. Marwan Muasher

Dr. Marwan Muasher

Vice-President for Studies, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; former Foreign Minister of Jordan

Dr. Bessma Momani

Dr. Bessma Momani

Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Waterloo;

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